ISLAMABAD: In shame to Pakistan, its approved advisor at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) Khawar Qureshi has said that it would be "very troublesome" for his nation to demonstrate the assessment of destruction in Kashmir for the need of proof.
Qureshi's announcement comes during Pakistan is conspicuously taking steps to approach the ICJ against India over Kashmir after India revoked Article 370, which gave extraordinary status to Jammu and Kashmir.
The lawyer said that Pakistan can approach the ICJ under the Genocide Convention of 1948 to which both the south Asian countries are signatories.
"ICJ is the principal court of the United Nations. There is a show called the Genocide Convention of 1948 to which Pakistan and India both are signatories. The express that has submitted massacre, going to submit slaughter or and neglecting to avoid decimation can be made the subject to the procedure before the ICJ," Khawar Qureshi said during a television show on Pakistani news station 92 News.
"Be that as it may, without those bits of proof, it is amazingly hard for Pakistan to take this case to the ICJ," he said.
India's choice has been hailed universally with a few nations calling the move as India's inside issue even as Pakistan has been attempting to internationalize the issue.
Islamabad has ended up totally segregated notwithstanding frantic endeavors planned for internationalizing the issue.
Pakistan has moved toward different world pioneers, including Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed container Zayed Al Nahyan, Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, French President Emmanuel Macron and the Jordanian King Abdullah II to look for their intercessions into the issue, however futile.
Be that as it may, Pakistan has been advised to connect respectively with India to end pressures. India has over and over clarified that discussions with Pakistan are just conceivable after Islamabad quits supporting dread.